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From Latin mortālis, from mors (death); see it for more.

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mortal

  1. Susceptible to death by aging, sickness, injury, or wound

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Singular
Mortal

Plural
Mortals

Mortal (plural Mortals)
  1. A human; someone susceptible to death.

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Patrono:Pt-adj-mf

  1. deadly
  2. mortal

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Patrono:Pt-noun-mf

  1. a mortal person

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Mortal m. and f. (plural mortales)

  1. deadly
  2. mortal

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